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Betsy Sholl, author of Rough Cradle, writes: “Lisha Adela García’s splendid debut full-length collection of poems, Blood Rivers, follows the legacy of blood-spilled, spared, reviled, holy, singled-out, intermingled, and sustaining. These are poems of cultural border crossings and personal boundary breaches as seen from the female perspective…” read more
Lana Hechtman Ayers, author of Dance From Inside My Bones and publisher, states: Lisha Adela Garciaʼs poems in Blood Rivers are deeply rooted in land and language, in heartbreak, paradox and celebration. Like a prophet of old, she asks what “remains of your belly of mercy?…” read more
Richard Jackson, poet of Resonance, writes: Lisha Adela García asks “how do we know the stars/within us are not dark/ wings from a dead moon,” in Blood Rivers, Poems of Texture from the Border, a superb first book that wrestles with this question in a series of poems that balance on the borders, the margins of geography, history, culture and psychology…”read more